Career Development Opportunities

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Public Sector Opportunities

POSITION: Biologist, Delta Mosquito and Vector Control District, Visalia CA

DESCRIPTION: Under the general direction of the Scientific Program Manager, the Biologist assists with a variety of routine and standard biological, microbiological, chemical and other laboratory procedures to support the District’s vector surveillance and control program, vector-borne disease surveillance and prevention program, relevant entomological research projects; and performs related laboratory and field work as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Educational Background:

  • Master of Science degree, preferred degree in entomology, ecology, public health, biology, microbiology, environmental science, parasitology, epidemiology or other closely related fields; or
  • Bachelor of Science 4-year college degree in entomology, ecology, biology, microbiology, environmental sciences, public health, epidemiology or other closely related scientific fields and two years’ experience in vector control.

Skills/Knowledge/Experience in:

  • Conducts surveillance and control of vectors such as: mosquitoes, ticks, kissing bugs, fleas, etc.
  • Data collection in laboratory and field setting, record keeping, data analysis, laboratory safety, and laboratory maintenance/inventory.
  • Medical entomology, ecology, parasitology, epidemiology, and mathematics/statistics.
  • Ability to use molecular, biochemical or other biotechnology techniques for arbovirus testing.
  • Conducts research projects in relation to the field of vector control; able to publish in scientific research peer-reviewed publications.
  • Communicates effectively both written and orally with staff, professional organizations, government agencies and local communities.

Other Qualifications: Must have or be able to achieve California State Department of Public Health Vector Control Certification in Categories A-D, within 12 months of hire.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: To obtain an application go to www.deltamvcd.org, click on Employment. Submit Transcripts and Resume, CV, or application to clgrippin@deltamvcd.org.

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POSITION: Operations Manager, Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control District, Anderson CA

DESCRIPTION: Under the general direction of the District Manager, the Operations Manager (OM) is an at-will, exempt, confidential, managerial position responsible for the management of the Operations Department and its staff. The OM plans, organizes and directs the District’s Operations program, including building and fleet maintenance.

QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in biology, environmental science, public health, public administration, or related field; and five years of management/supervisory experience preferably in mosquito and vector control, or a Master’s degree from an accredited college/university in biology, environmental science, public health, public administration, or related field; and three years of management/supervisory experience preferably in mosquito and vector control. Possession of valid California Department of Public Health Certification in Mosquito Control, Terrestrial Invertebrate Vector Control, and Vertebrate Vector Control (Cat. A, B, C, D) is required and must be obtained within 12 months from date of hire.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Open until filled. Apply Online or download the Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control Job Application

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POSITION: Vector Ecologist, Sutter-Yuba Mosquito & Vector Control District, Yuba City CA

DESCRIPTION: Under the direction of the District Manager and direct supervision of the Entomologist, this position provides professional scientific and entomological services for the Sutter-Yuba Mosquito and Vector Control District and performs related work as required. The Vector Ecologist supports the work of the Entomologist to inform the manager of current District-wide mosquito abundance and detected vector-borne disease. The Vector Ecologist regularly works with, uses and applies pesticides.

QUALIFICATIONS: An ideal candidate will possess any combination of education and experiences that would establish proficiency in the desired knowledge, abilities and skills. Interested persons are encouraged to apply, even if they do not meet or have all of the education and/or experience specified. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, abilities and skills would be:

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a major in entomology or closely related biological science.
  • Two or more years of full-time experience working in a scientific laboratory setting; preferably involving insect or arthropod specimens.
  • And two or more years of full-time experience working in the field; preferably with a scientific project or entomological focus.

Must apply for and obtain Vector Control Technician certification in the area of Pesticide Laws (Cat A) and Mosquito Control (Cat B), as required and issued by the California State Department of Public Health within one year of employment. Must apply for and obtain certification in the areas of Vertebrate Vector Control (Cat C) and Invertebrate Vector Control (Cat D) within two years of employment. Continuing education credits must be obtained biannually to keep certification thereafter.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Apply through January 31, 2022. An application can be completed and submitted online through the SYMVCD website. A cover letter and resume can be attached at the end of the application process.

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POSITION: Biologist, Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District

DESCRIPTION: Under the direct supervision of the Lab Director, plans and provides professional biological and entomological services for the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the field of biological science, entomology, or closely related field; advanced degrees preferred; Four (4) years’ experience in the mosquito and vector control field; supervisory experience is preferred. Licenses or Certifications: Possession of a valid California Department of Public Health Certification in Mosquito Control categories A, B, C, and D; or must be obtained within two (2) years of employment and maintained throughout employment; Possession of a valid California drivers’ license; must be insurable with the District self-insurance program; must maintain valid license and insurability throughout employment.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Open until filled.

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POSITION: Two Positions Open with Collier County Mosquito Control District

DESCRIPTION: The Research Department at the Collier Mosquito Control District in Naples, FL is hiring a Biologist/Research Entomologist and a Research Technician/Biologist. Both positions will participate in the design and execution of research studies to inform and improve District operations, manage a range of mosquito surveillance activities (weekly trapping, larval sampling and collection, mosquito identification, disease testing, insecticide resistance testing, etc.) and perform other operational and research tasks as necessary. The job will involve a combination of field and laboratory work.

QUALIFICATIONS: Biologist/Research Entomologist position requires either MS or PhD in biology, entomology, or related field and professional experience in mosquito control research. Research Technician/Biologist position requires an MS in biology, entomology, or related field, or a BS degree with at least 4 years of entomological research experience.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Submit resume and cover letter to Dr. Rebecca Heinig. Application materials will be reviewed on a rolling basis until position is filled.

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Academic Opportunities

POSITION: Assistant Professor of Entomology, Global Public Health, Texas A&M University

DESCRIPTION: Research in the field of Medical Entomology with a focus on Global Public Health. The incumbent faculty member will have primary responsibility for developing a nationally recognized, extramurally funded research program focused on issues of national and global One Health importance in vector-borne disease with an emphasis on new discoveries and methodologies that have the potential for significant positive impacts on the scientific discipline and/or have economic/public health value to end-user groups. Candidate research programs will be expected to extend directly to the relevant disease-endemic countries/regions.

QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Entomology or related biological field is required and must be completed prior to the date of the appointment to the faculty. Candidates should have post-doctoral or equivalent experience with a strong record of scholarly achievement including peer-reviewed journal publications. It is highly desired that the candidate will have demonstrated success in securing grants or a strong potential to secure extramural funding. Other desired qualifications include training and experience in fields related to the investigation of pathogen emergence/transmission, vector-pathogen, host-pathogen, host microbiome-pathogen, or -pathogen-host interactions. Areas of interest for the Department are global endemic and/or emerging vector-borne diseases, development and evaluation of novel technologies and innovative approaches in vector control programs, vector population genetics, and vector-host interactions. Additional desired qualifications include experience teaching at the undergraduate or graduate level and experience in mentoring students. The successful candidate will demonstrate an interest in developing and increasing diversity and inclusion, an ability to collaborate in multidisciplinary teams and have excellent written and oral communication skills.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin Jan 14th, 2022 and continue until a suitable candidate is identified.

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POSITION: Associate Professor, Vector Disease and Ecology, The University of Georgia

DESCRIPTION: The Department of Infectious Diseases in the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) and the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) at the University of Georgia invite applications for a tenure-track Associate Professor in the area of vector ecology. This position will be located at the University of Georgia main campus (https://vet.uga.edu/id). Areas of research might include, but are not limited to: pathogen and vector responses to climate change or land use, emerging vector-borne diseases, evolutionary strategies for limiting the spread of insecticide and drug resistance in pathogens and vectors, determinants of host shifts within and between ecosystems, behavioral influences of infectious disease dynamics, terrestrial-aquatic linkages, and modeling infectious disease dynamics across scales of organization.

QUALIFICATIONS: A PhD or equivalent in disease ecology, biology, microbiology, entomology, epidemiology, or related field. At least one year of postdoctoral experience are preferred. At least three years of documented experience relevant to the position description and a focus on the use of molecular tools to investigate vector and disease ecology is preferred. Applicants should demonstrate the ability for multidisciplinary collaborative research and a desire for continued collaboration with faculty in CVM, SREL and the University.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: For full consideration, applications should be submitted by January 3rd, 2022, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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POSITION: Assistant Professor, Vector Disease and Ecology, The University of Georgia

DESCRIPTION: The Department of Infectious Diseases in the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) and the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) at the University of Georgia invite applications for a jointly appointed, tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of vector ecology. The position will be located at the SREL (https://srel.uga.edu) in Aiken, SC. Areas of research might include, but are not limited to: pathogen and vector responses to climate change or land use, emerging vector-borne diseases, evolutionary strategies for limiting the spread of insecticide and drug resistance in pathogens and vectors, determinants of host shifts within and between ecosystems, behavioral influences of infectious disease dynamics, terrestrial-aquatic linkages, and modeling infectious disease dynamics across scales of organization.

QUALIFICATIONS: A PhD or equivalent in disease ecology, biology, microbiology, entomology, epidemiology, or related field is required, and at least one year of postdoctoral experience is required. At least three years of documented experience relevant to the position description and a focus on the use of molecular tools to investigate vector and disease ecology is preferred. Applicants should demonstrate the ability for multidisciplinary collaborative research and a desire for continued collaboration with faculty in CVM, SREL and the University.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin on January 3, 2022 and continue until the position is filled.

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POSITION: Assistant Professor of Entomology - Global Public Health

DESCRIPTION: This is a tenure-track appointment as an Assistant Professor of Entomology with a specialization in global public health. This 9-month appointment has job expectations in Research, Teaching and Service with an anticipated 60%, 30% and 10% distribution of effort, respectively. The incumbent faculty member will have primary responsibility for developing a nationally recognized, extramurally funded research program focused on issues of national and global One Health importance in vector-borne disease with an emphasis on new discoveries and methodologies that have the potential for significant positive impacts on the scientific discipline and/or have economic/public health value to end-user groups.

QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Entomology or related biological field is required and must be completed prior to the date of the appointment to the faculty. Candidates should have post-doctoral or equivalent experience with a strong record of scholarly achievement including peer-reviewed journal publications.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin Jan 14th, 2022 and continue until a suitable candidate is identified.

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POSITION: Assistant Professor, Infectious Diseases, University of Texas at El Paso

DESCRIPTION: The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) seeks to fill a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in infectious diseases. The anticipated starting date is fall 2022. Applicants should possess the ability to develop an extramurally funded research program in infectious diseases and teach and mentor at both the undergraduate and graduate levels (M.S. and Ph.D.). Our goal is to foster and support research on any area of infectious diseases including the vector/tick-borne diseases of public health importance in the U.S.-Mexico border area. However, we encourage outstanding candidates in all areas of infectious diseases to apply.

QUALIFICATIONS: A Ph.D. degree, postdoctoral research experience and a strong record of research accomplishments. Researchers requiring BSL-3 facilities are especially encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to candidates who are interested in research related to drug-resistant and/or emerging infectious agents.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For questions in regards to the position, please contact the Chair of the Infectious Disease Search Committee, Dr. Siddhartha Das at sdas@utep.edu.

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Postdoctoral / Fellowships

POSITION: CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program

DESCRIPTION: The CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program aims to expand the capacity of CDC programs to conduct evaluation and increase its usefulness and impact. The Fellowship signifies CDC’s dual commitment to making program evaluation a standard part of practice and to developing a cadre of professionals with the skills to make that happen. The Fellowship is intended to be a two-year program, with the second year being contingent on satisfactory performance and availability of funds. Fellows are placed in host programs to work on program evaluation and related activities across the agency.

QUALIFICATIONS: Fellows are doctoral or master’s degree professionals with backgrounds in evaluation, behavioral and social sciences, public health, and other disciplines relevant to evaluation and CDC’s work. Successful applicants bring diverse experiences, having worked on several applied program evaluation projects in non-profit, governmental, and/or academic settings. Once at CDC, they take on a variety of projects in areas of program evaluation, evaluation capacity building, performance monitoring, and program design.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Apply by February 22, 2022, 11:59pm EST. Next informational webinar scheduled for Monday 31 Jan 2022, 12pm EST.

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POSITION: Postdoctoral Position, Vector Genomics Biology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

DESCRIPTION: The Norris laboratory, located in the Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, is seeking a highly motivated individual for a postdoctoral position focusing on mosquito vector genomics and biology. The Norris laboratory is interested in understanding genetic diversity and molecular markers/barcodes that can be used to confirm mosquito identity. This involves development and validation of molecular genetic tools, phylogenetic analysis including spatiotemporal population level studies, and association with vector-borne pathogen incidence.

QUALIFICATIONS: A thorough understanding of mosquito biology and mosquito genomics is required. The responsibilities include isolation of nucleic acids for sequencing and PCR studies, development of barcode based tools for mosquito identification, assembly and annotation of mosquito genome data as it becomes available, and association of genetic data with biology of interest (i.e. mosquito immunity, microbial load association, ecological associations, etc.). Thus, a combination of computational, programming and molecular bench skills is required.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: The position is available immediately for one year (with the possibility of renewal for a 2nd year contingent on satisfactory performance). We are looking to fill the position as soon as possible and the position will remain open until filled. Applicants should submit a CV, statement of research interests, writing/publication sample and contact information of three references. Contact: Dr. Douglas Norris douglas.norris@jhu.edu

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POSITION: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Arthropod-Borne Animal Diseases Research Unit, USDA-ARS

DESCRIPTION: We are recruiting a motivated Postdoctoral Research Associate to join our team at the Arthropod-Borne Animal Diseases Unit to study the potential role of RNAi in blocking arbovirus transmission by Culicoides biting midges. The Research Associate will optimize RNAi techniques in midges and determine effects of virus-specific exo-siRNAs on infection dynamics and transmission rates. Transcriptomics and bioinformatics (e.g., Gene Ontology enrichment, KEGG pathway mapping) will be used to identify virus-targeted defense mechanisms and identify additional innate responses differentially expressed during virus infection (e.g., Toll, IMD, Jak/Stat). The research goals are to block viral replication and transmission in midges and identify overall innate immune responses of midges to arboviruses that may lead to additional molecular targets.

QUALIFICATIONS: Successful applicants should have received a Ph.D. within the last 4 years in microbiology, virology, molecular biology, or entomology and must be a U.S. citizen. Preferences will be given to candidates with research experience in molecular entomology, arbovirology, and transcriptomics/bioinformatics.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Funding provides salary ($64K+) plus benefits for two years. If interested, email a cover letter, CV, and contact information for 2-3 references to Dr. Barbara Drolet at barbara.drolet@usda.gov

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POSITION: Postdoctoral Associate, Rutgers Entomology/Center for Vector Biology

DESCRIPTION: The Price Lab within the Department of Entomology / Center for Vector Biology at Rutgers University seeks to fill an open Postdoctoral Associate position specializing in the evolutionary and molecular biology of ixodid ticks to carry out USDA-NIFA funded research focusing on surveillance of ticks and tick-borne disease, and molecular control mechanisms e.g., anti-tick vaccines. This is a grant-funded position with an initial term of one year with possibility of multiple-year renewal.

QUALIFICATIONS: Requires a PhD in relevant area of Entomology, Acarology, Ecology, Immunology, or Veterinary Sciences focusing on ticks, tick biology and/or genome-oriented arthropod research. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience spanning two major disciplines: (1) DNA/RNA extraction, handling, processing, next-generation library preparation and sequencing on Illumina and Oxford Nanopore platforms, associated bioinformatic analyses of sequence data, and (2) basic field techniques for tick collection and surveillance.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Apply online through Rutgers job postings.

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POSITION: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Texas A&M Agrilife Research

DESCRIPTION: Conduct research activities on resistance in the cattle fever tick to pesticides including bioassays and molecular experiments; record and analyze data/results; report research through regular oral presentations and publish in a timely manner in refereed journals; assist with research grant project reports; and keep abreast of all current literature on subject matter.

QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in entomology, parasitology, biology, or a closely related field. Demonstrated research experience/background in entomology/parasitology, and molecular biology techniques.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Complete application through Texas A&M Agrilife Research workday.

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POSITION: Postdoctoral Position, Hamer Lab, Texas A&M

DESCRIPTION: A postdoctoral position is available in Gabriel Hamer’s Lab in the Department of Entomology, Texas A&M University. The successful candidate will contribute to one or more research projects including the evaluation of mosquito and tick control interventions, triatomine vector biology and control, mosquito and triatomine transmission experiments, and high containment research on SARS-CoV-2 and other viruses.

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates should have a PhD in biology, ecology, entomology, veterinary medicine or related fields. Strong quantitative skills are required and candidates should demonstrate a good track record of publications, have strong organizational, written, and oral communication skills, and will be expected to lead data analyses and contribute to proposal writing.

HOW TO APPLY/DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin immediately and the positions will remain open until filled. The expected start date is flexible. Applications should include a CV, statement of research interests, the names of three references and be e-mailed as a single PDF to: ghamer@tamu.edu.

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Professional Development & Training Opportunities

eCornell Online Program in the Biology of Mosquitoes, Ticks, and Other Disease-Causing Arthropods

The Cornell Department of Entomology has partnered with eCornell to provide a 4-week online training program on the biology of arthropods — both insects and related forms — that impact human health. You will explore the fascinating biology, behaviors, and disease-transmission processes of a range of organisms, with special emphasis on the most important groups, including ticks and mosquitoes. You will also learn about specific diseases associated with these vectors that can be passed on to humans. The course is appropriate for those working in healthcare and vector-borne disease control, those who train and supervise outdoor workers, and will also be useful for students of vector biology who may not have access to other courses on this topic. $399 total cost. Enrollment discounts may be available.

Visit the course page for information on the next course cohort.

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eCornell Online Program in Vector-Borne Disease Surveillance

The Cornell Department of Entomology has partnered with eCornell to provide a 3-week online training program to help you understand the tools, methodology, and best practices for the surveillance of arthropod vectors, including ticks and mosquitoes. You will gain the knowledge and resources necessary to design an effective vector surveillance program in your local jurisdiction. The course is intended to train and create a network of public health practitioners, from a variety of backgrounds, in entomology and in the approaches, techniques, and skills required for effective surveillance programs. $399 total cost. Enrollment discounts may be available.

Visit the course page for information on the next course cohort.

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American Mosquito Control Association e-Modules

The e-modules cover basic mosquito biology, surveillance and control with an emphasis on Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus

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Certification in Public Health Entomology

The Midwest Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases (MCE-VBD) is offering a certificate in Public Health Entomology to recognize and provide basic skills related to the surveillance and management of mosquito- and tick-borne diseases. The certification process is open to anyone affiliated with MCE-VBD partner organizations with interest in developing skills in vector-borne disease surveillance and control.

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CDC Learning Tools for Health Care Providers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide web-based continuing medical educational (CME) resources for health care providers on Lyme disease diagnosis and treatment, as well as other tickborne diseases.

Lyme Disease CME Tickborne Disease Videos Rocky Mountain spotted fever Toolkit


DODD Short Courses

The FMCA’s Dodd Short Courses will be held virtually (Introduction to Mosquito Control course only) January 24th – 28th and in-person (all other courses) January 31st – February 3rd. Online registration deadline is January 21, 2022.

Dodd Short Courses Virtual Dodd Introduction to Mosquito Control


Entomological Society of America Certification Programs

The Entomological Society of America Certification Corporation offers two certification programs for professionals who work with insects:

  • Board Certified Entomologist - program for professional entomologists with degrees in entomology or a closely-related field
  • Associate Certified Entomologist - program for pest management professionals with strong training and experience in insect-related work, but without academic training required of professional entomologists
  • Public Health Entomologist (PHE) Certificate - program for pest management professionals who work with pests that pose a health risk

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Entomological Society of America Professional Advancement Career Training (PACT) Initiative

Graduate Students and Postdocs in Entomology: Are you looking for tools and training to make yourself stand out as you look for the next step in your career? ESA’s new Professional Advancement Career Training (PACT) Initiative will help you develop the leadership capacity and “soft skills” sought after in today’s highly collaborative work environments—both within and beyond academia.

Join us in 2021 for a six-month program that will guide you in identifying your current areas of strength and opportunities for growth. Each month of the program will focus on a unique theme in leadership and soft-skill development. Applications for 2021 are now closed.

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EPA Integrated Pest Management Webinars

The EPA Center for Integrated Pest Management hosts a yearly webinar series featuring experts from across the country relaying educational and practical strategies for establishing and improving integrated pest management programs in your facilities and environments.

Upcoming Webinars Previous Webinars


Global Vector Hub: Directory of Medical Entomology Courses

TDR has supported the development of a Global Atlas of Medical Entomology Schooling (GAMES), which lists a total of 126 medical entomology courses offered both on-campus and through distance learning in 32 countries across all WHO regions, covering seven languages. For each course, session dates, course outline, fees, language of instruction and responsible managers are listed.

Follow the link below to gain access to the directory. Please register on Global Vector Hub.

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Mosquito Training Course for Pest Managers

The Southeastern Center of Excellence in Vector Borne Diseases, along with partners in the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, is pleased to announce a new online course in mosquito training for pest managers. Participants who complete the 11 modules in the course will learn to identify and understand the mosquitoes of major importance in the urban environment, their life cycles, the general methods of control, personal protective equipment required for safe insecticide application, and the laws and regulations governing mosquito control for the urban pest management industry.

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NACCHO’s Practical Guide to Building Local Mosquito Control Capacity

The National Association of County and City Health Officials and its vector control workgroup members identified the need for a focused, practical guide to help local health departments build new local mosquito control programs or enhance existing capabilities in the core competencies.

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NEHA Vectors & Pests Webinars

The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) produces open-access webinars to improve the capacity of environmental health to identify and understand emerging vectors found in the United States. The NEHA Vector & Pests Webinars page provides up-to-date information on vector control topics and resources used to protect the public of the transmission of vector-borne diseases.

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Online Tick Training Course

The CDC Southeastern Center of Excellence in Vector Borne Diseases has developed an online tick training course, now available! This course is an introduction to ticks, tick-borne diseases, and tick control for employees in the urban pest management industry, public health entomologists, and anyone interested in learning more about ticks. This self-paced course is eligibile for 2 FDACS CEUs.

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Pesticide Safety Education Program, Distance Learning Center

Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Pesticide Safety Education Program (CCE-PSEP), is a federally-mandated program that has been a nationally-recognized leader in pesticide safety education for over 40 years. Their mission is to promote the safe use of pesticides to help reduce risks to applicators, consumers, and the environment. PSEP provides pesticide certification and training throughout New York state and serves as an unbiased source of pesticide information for applicators, researchers and the general public.These courses often carry continuing education credits accepted by New York, Vermont, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and West Virginia. Available courses include toxicity of pesticides, insect biocontrol, integrated tick management, introduction to developing IPM strategies, and more.

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Vector Control for Environmental Health Professionals (VCEHP)

A no-cost 11-course learning series developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and partners. Program emphasized the use of integrated pest management (IPM) to address public health pests and vectors that spread disease.

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Additional Career Websites

American Mosquito Control Association

AMCA Careers


American Public Health Association

APHA Jobs


American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene

ASTMH Career Center


Entomological Society of America

ESA Job Site


Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California

MVCAC Jobs & RFPs


National Association of County and City Health Officials

NACCHO Career Network


New Jersey Mosquito Control Association

NJMCA Job Announcements


Regional Centers of Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases

MCE-VBD Jobs PacVec Jobs SEVBD Jobs WGCVBD Jobs


Society for Vector Ecology

SOVE Opportunities


Texas A&M University Entomology Job Board

TAMU Ento Jobs

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